bye bye 2008.8, you wont be missed :(
feydreva at lsu.fr
Sun Aug 10 15:49:31 CEST 2008
hum having the keyboard optimized for text message is a must.....
I mean.. it s a phone... and yougth peole do a lot a text messaging, chat...
so having a keyboard with predictive typing you can type fast your text
message, or your chat (gchat, Ychat, aol, icq etce tcetc).
Personaly, I do not use any xterm, so the keyboard is perfect...
if Iwant to enter commands to the phone.. I ssh it... much easier and
faster.... After all it s supose to be a phone, and I inted to use it uing
my finger, ad the icon/menu that are on the screen.
I really like the 2008.8, the desing of it specially. only thing is the wifi
that doesn't work properly.. the rest is fine... it s the best version I
have seen so far for the Freerunner...
On Sun, Aug 10, 2008 at 7:22 AM, Sander Hepp <sander.hepp at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> On Sunday 10 August 2008 12:01:38 William Kenworthy wrote:
> > I am afraid I am going to have to delete 2008.8 and forget it ever
> > existed. Despite very little of it working, I was giving it a go but I
> > just had a bug I raised on the keyboard closed with "works for me"
> > saying in effect they are only willing to work on the existing keyboard
> > and its working as designed, so there isnt a problem and no changes/new
> > keyboard alternatives are needed. Basicly learn to use it as is, as
> > this is all we are getting with 2008.8
> > As 2008.8 looks like it was an interim release until FSO is ready,
> > developers for the FR might like to look at the reasons this bug (#1778)
> > was closed and then consider bringing the FSO to a usable state faster.
> > It already has more functionality than 2008.8 as released. To me its
> > looking like 2008.8 is still born and wont be going anywhere fast, by
> > the intention of the designers.
> > disappointed :(
> > BillK
> I filed ticket https://docs.openmoko.org/trac/ticket/1795 to hopefully get
> existing keyboard at least a bit more usable than only for sending SMS..
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